WOTC’s Spell of the Day for April 13
A Spell for Freedom from Enchantment
Have you ever had a person come into your life who just simply took your breath away. You hung on every word they said, your eyes couldn’t leave their eyes, you were simply mesmerized by them. You are in love, you have find the right person, the world is a merry-go-round, things couldn’t be any better or could they? Perhaps it is love (who am I to say) or perhaps it is Witchcraft at work. Perhaps you have been in enchanted, If you are starting to have your doubts, we have the perfect spell for you. You know if you are having your doubts now, it can’t hurt to try it, it could just clear things up for you.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
2017 April 13
Moons and Jupiter
Image Credit & Copyright: Göran Strand
Explanation: On April 10, a Full Moon and Jupiter shared this telephoto field of view. Both were near opposition, opposite the Sun in Earth’s night sky. Captured when a passing cloud bank dimmed the bright moonlight, the single exposure reveals the familiar face of our fair planet’s own large natural satellite, along with a line up of the ruling gas giant’s four Galilean moons. Labeled top to bottom, the tiny pinpricks of light above bright Jupiter are Callisto, Europa, Ganymede, and Io. Closer and brighter, our own natural satellite appears to loom large. But Callisto, Ganymede, and Io are physically larger than Earth’s Moon, while water world Europa is only slightly smaller. In fact, of the Solar System’s six largest planetary satellites, only Saturn’s moon Titan is missing from the scene.
Your Charm for Today
Guests and visitors will come calling. Their visit brings happiness and joy. This aspect will reflect these emotions for weeks after the visit.
Crescents were worn by the ancients to safeguard them against witchcraft and danger. From the very early Eastern symbols, horseshoes came to be regarded by the Greeks and Romans as charms against sickness and the plague. In the middle ages horseshoes were used as amulets for witchcraft and even today are looked upon as lucky. When the representation of the hand of strength was worn with the crescent it signified hospitality and generosity. Hands of Might are painted on houses in Italy, Syria, Turkey and in the East to protect the buildings from misfortune and the inmates from death. The blue beads were worn to avert the evil eyes.